Countries must record and trace trade from the country of origin to the country of destination, through the issuance of appropriate CITES permits or certificates, inclusion of all relevant trade in national annual reports and the CITES Trade Database, training of enforcement authorities on CITES regulations, identification/verification of specimens, etc.
- CITES trade data
- Identification materials on sharks
- List of Parties that have designated fishery agencies to act as CITES Management or Scientific Authority
CITES trade data
Identification materials on sharks
- FAO FishFinder (Species identification and data programme)
- Identifying shark fins: Oceanic whitetip, porbeagle and hammerheads, The Pew Environment Group; Pew Charitable Trusts
- Field guide to sharks of the Southeast Asian Region, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Centre(SEAFDEC), 2012.
- Field guide to look-alike sharks and rays species of the Southeast Asian Region, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Centre (SEAFDEC), 2013.
- Sharks and rays of Borneo, CSIRO marine and atmospheric research paper No.032, 2010
- Sharks and rays of Australia, CSIRO marine and atmospheric research paper No. 032, 2010
- Economically important sharks and rays Indonesia, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), 2006
- Identification guide of the main shark and rays species of the eastern tropical Atlantic, for the purpose of fishery observers and biologists, IUCN SSG and la Fondation Internationale du Banc d'Arguin (FIBA)(2006)
List of Parties that have designated fisheries agencies as Management Authority or Scientific Authority